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Scope 3 emissions: your frequently asked questions UK businesses are becoming increasingly aware of the importance of Scope 3 emissions – at least, that’s if the number of queries on the topic received by the Hub is anything to go...
SECR: Do I need to report on emissions from home working? Coronavirus has created the World’s largest work-from-home experiment, and it’s likely to change working habits in the longer term too. In a recent survey, 94% of HR and Talent...
What is a SECR intensity ratio? Companies complying with Streamlined Energy and Carbon Reporting must include at least one intensity ratio in their report. An intensity ratio is a way of defining your emissions data in relation to an appropriate business...
My company qualified for ESOS phase 1 – does it automatically qualify for phase 2? Not necessarily. The definition of a ‘large undertaking’ quotes balance and turnover figures in Euros – and currency rates have changed since phase 1. Under ESOS,...
ESOS: Should I include installations that generate energy, e.g. CHP? Large installations generating or using energy should be included in your total energy consumption calculation. In a CHP or other power generation process, only the incoming fuel and mains electricity...
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